Entrepreneur second Indian American on the board.
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The Washington-area entrepreneur and philanthropist previously served on the boards of U.S. Institute of Peace and the Kennedy Center.
Maulana Azad University, based in Jodhpur, honors the entrepreneur and philanthropist
Indian Overseas Congress’ Washington DC Chapter celebrates Republic Day event.
“Make no little plans,” Islam tells the graduating class.
Nearly a dozen faith communities in the DC area come together to celebrate religious and cultural unity through music.
“Incredible honor”: Islam.
Islam was conferred the American Bazaar Philanthropy Award.
Islam had donated $2 million to Aligarh Muslim University.
It will support new management complex at Aligarh, endowed chair.
First South Asian American to get the award
America is fast becoming a plutocracy, says entrepreneur, philanthropist.
The United States of America needs to be built back better, and it needs to become America again and not Trump-land.
The former U.S. ambassador to India says U.S.-India relations are a non-partisan issue” and a Biden administration treat India “as an equal partner.”
The size of their congressional delegation may have quintupled overnight, but Indian Americans’ success is the culmination of years of hard work.
The Indian American, who is a member of DNC’s National Finance Committee, speaks to The American Bazaar.
A rush of high-level appointments, like never before.